Steven  Mustill

Steven Mustill

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Folk - Religious | Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
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Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

About life ups and downs, reflects in the dew that comes and is beautiful and then gone. Always looking for Jesus to come and take his own away.

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Lyrics

Look out at the morning diamonds on the lawn.
Step out at noon and they will all be gone
Sleeping at midnight in the dark by then
early next morning there they are again.

Began a baby thee on mama's knee
with her and daddy till around eighteen.
Brother's and sisters some where in between.
So good to see the ones we haven't seen.

Mom died in springtime, so we all went home
to be with daddy suddenly alone.
Cried when she left us still do now and then,
but we'll be smiling when we meet again.

Looking for someone on a cloudy day
heard that he's coming, take his own away.
Keep looking forward not ashamed to say
watching for Jesus on a cloudy day.

Look out at morning diamonds on the lawn,
step out at noon and they will all be gone.
Sleeping at midnight in the dark by then,
early next morning there they are again

Song Length
3:59
Genres
Country - Religious, Folk - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Content

Subject Matter
Joy, Spirituality


Language
English

Lyric Credits S.T. Mustill
Music Credits S.T. Mustill
Producer Credits S.T. Mustill
Publisher Credits TroonTunes
Performance Credits S.T. Mustill
Label Credits BMI